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[texts]POWs at Chigger Lake - Jack Shakely
A WWII-era novel about an Italian prisoner of war camp in a rural Oklahoma town.
Keywords: WWII; POWs; Oklahoma; Italians
Downloads: 204
[texts]Demonstration of Conjeture of Beal in Three pages - Juan Manuel Dato Ruiz
That is a math Reduction of Beal Conjeture FAILED
Keywords: Beal; conjeture; maths; integer; exponential; pows; coprimes
Downloads: 140
[texts]The Fataawa of Muslim POWs Tagalog Translation - Abu AbduLLAH Al-Gharib
A Tagalog Translation of The Fataawa on the Muslim Prisoners of War. From the book Mashari Al-Aswak ila Mashari Al-Ushaq
Keywords: tagalog; translation; fataawa; POWs; Muslim; islam; jihad
Downloads: 373
[texts]Your Service Benefits: "The American Red Cross" - U.S. Department of Defense. Armed Forces Information Service
This is the eighth in a series of feature stories covering benefits which servicemen and women-- and their dependents --enjoy because of active duty.
Keywords: American Red Cross; Prisoners of War; POWs; Vietnam War
Downloads: 5
[movies]Eisenhowers Rhine Meadows Death Camps: A Deliberate Policy Of Extermination - Justice for Germans
The untold story of "Eisenhower's 'Rhine Meadows' Death Camps - A Deliberate Policy of Extermination" of the Surrendered German forces by the Allies, in post-war Germany (Rheinwiesenlager).This German made documentary was originally produced by 'Volksfront-Medien' but we have translated it and added to it with clips from other sources, and narrated it fully in English. Additional background information has been added for further context.Included:Part 1 The 'Rheinwiesenlager' German language doc...
Keywords: Rheinwiesenlager; Rhine Meadows Camps; Eisenhower; death camps; extermination; Germans; POWs
Downloads: 333
[texts]Nurse Corps News Vol 2 Issue 6 - U.S. Navy. Nurse Corps
The Angels of Bataan1Revision to Health Promotion Instruction2Updated Sentinel Event Information From the Joint Commission2Ann Hand Pin 3NC Live VTC on Medical-Surgical Nursing3Applying for Certification Exam3Bravo Zulu 4Interested in Becoming a CRNA?4Joint Commission News - New Patient Flow Tracer4NNMC Bethesda is Sponsoring Certification Prep Courses in May4
Keywords: Nurse Corps; World War II; World War 2; Prisoners of War; POWs; Bataan
Downloads: 5
[texts]Philippine Rescue Mission - U.S. War Department. Industrial Services Division, Bureau of Public Relations
Employee Publication Release # 25-30637-100"The Raid at Cabanatuan, also known as The Great Raid, was a rescue of Allied prisoners of war (POWs) and civilians from a Japanese camp near Cabanatuan City, in the Philippines. On January 30, 1945, during World War II, United States Army Rangers, Alamo Scouts, and Filipino guerrillas liberated more than 500 from the POW camp." from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raid_at_Cabanatuan
Keywords: Prisoners of War; POWs; World War II; Philippines; prison camps; World War 2
Downloads: 9
[texts]List of Previous Citations of Personnel Who Served with the US Naval Hospital Unit, Bilibid Prison, Manila, P.I. - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
title continues "...Between the Dates of 30 May 1942 and 1 October 1943, for Whom Awards Have Been Proposed by Captain L.B. Sartin, (MC) U.S.N.From 1000.03.0040, Guests of the Emperor: WWII Navy Medical POW Collection. Proposed Citations for Personnel who Served with U.S. Naval Hospital Unit, Bilibid Prison 30 May 42 - 1 Oct 43. Box IX.Date estimated based on internal evidence in folder.
Keywords: Bilibid Prison; World War II; POWs; Prisoners of War; Philippine Islands; Japan
Downloads: 26
[texts]List of Hospital Corpsmen on Duty at the US Naval Hospital Unit, Bilibid Prison, Manila, P.I. - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
title continues "...from  the Dates of 30 May 1942 and 30 October 1943, for Whom Awards Have Been Proposed by Captain L.B. Sartin, (MC) U.S.N.From 1000.03.0040, Guests of the Emperor: WWII Navy Medical POW Collection. Proposed Citations for Personnel who Served with U.S. Naval Hospital Unit, Bilibid Prison 30 May 42 - 1 Oct 43. Box IX.
Keywords: Bilibid Prison; World War II; POWs; Prisoners of War; Philippine Islands; Japan
Downloads: 40
[texts]U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 62 No. 4 October 1973 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 62 No. 4 October 1973FROM THE CHIEF...................... 2198TH NAVY BIRTHDAY.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4BUM ED SITREP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6FEATURE ARTICLESRegional Educational Programs for RelicensureLCDR S.C. Hicks, NC, USN8Naval Reserve Rating Examinations . . . . . . . . . . . 12CAPT K.E. McDonald, MC, USNR-RNew Outpatient Clinic ......................
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; obituaries; POWs; Prisoners of War; colonoscopy; sigmoidoscope; birthday of Navy; NH Boston; pediatrics
Downloads: 69
[texts]HISTORY OF USS RESCUE (AH 18) (EX USS ANTAEUS AS-21, AG-67) - U.S. Navy. NAVAL HISTORY DIVISION. SHIPS' HISTORIES SECTION
History of the hospital ship during World War II; including its role in rescuing prisoners of war from Japanese camps.
Keywords: USS Rescue (AH-18); hospital ship; POWs; prisoners of war; World War II; World War 2
Downloads: 30
[audio]Nobody Does It Better - Carly Simon (hdaudioplus.com) - Paula Wertheim
Music memoir recounting the extraordinary life and exploits of Tuvia (Todd) Wertheim: the "HDAudio guy".
Keywords: Carly Simon; demo reel; hdaudioplus; Vietnam; POWs; Israel; hdaudioplus; audio; biography; HiDefMp3; music video
Downloads: 153
[texts]Diary Captain Robert G. Davis, MC, USN - Prisoner of the Japanese in Luzon, Formosa, Japan, Manchuria, 8 December 1941-7 September 1945 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Diary Captain Robert G. Davis, MC, USN - Prisoner of the Japanese in Luzon, Formosa, Japan, Manchuria, 8 December 1941-7 September 1945also titledDiary Captain Robert G. Davis, MC, USN - Medical Officer in Command, U.S. Naval Hospital, Canacao, P.I. From the Outbreak of the War in the Philippines Until his Return to the United States 8 December 1941 - 7 September 1945Folder 15-JHC Archives Memo 268-45
Keywords: World War II; Prisoners of War; POWs; Japan; NH Canacao; Philippines; Bilibid Prison; Hospital Corps Archives
Downloads: 240
[movies]Italians In SF During WWII - Shaping San Francisco
Regina Alioto and her mother Josephine Firpo-Alioto describe how Frank Alioto (father and husband) worked with the Coast Guard during WWII and had to enforce the ban on non-citizen Italian fishermen going to sea. Further descriptions reveal the arbitrary and unfair treatment of Italians by the U.S. government during the WWII period.
Keywords: WWII; Fisherman's Wharf; coast guard; fishing ban; Italians; Italian Americans; POWs
Downloads: 165
[texts]NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 80, No. 4 July-August 1989 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 80, No. 4 July-August 1989 From the Surgeon General 1 BUMED: "Back to the Future" From the Commander 3 Farewell Department Rounds 4 Recognizing Our Best- '89 Sailor of the Year L. Noland 6 Miracle Baby I Year Later J02 T. Begasse, USN Features 8 Medical Department Reorganization 10 Welcome Back BUMED J.K. Herman 16 40 Years of Navy Medical Entomology LCDR M.T. Wooster, MSC, USN 20 Treating the Enemy: Santiago, Cuba, 1898 R.A...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; medicalheritagelibrary; BUMED; Entomology; malaria; Spanish-American War; Prisoner of War; POWs; tetanus; obituaries
Downloads: 123
[texts]United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 52 No. 10, 22 November 1968 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 52 No. 10, 22 November 1968FRONT COVER: U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL, NAPLES, ITALY.MEDICAL ARTICLESReview of the Effects of Sleep Deprivation ....... .1Experience in Submarine Psychiatry ............. .4Silent Myocardial Infarction ......... .. ........ .9Cutaneous Lipomas and Lipomatosis .. .......... .11Serum Immunoglobulin Levels in Blood Donors Implicated in Transmission of Hepatitis .........
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; NH Naples; submarine medicine; psychiatry; asbestos; asbestosis; sleep deprivation; Prisoners of War; POWs
Downloads: 85
[texts]Interview with Marilyn Ewing Affleck, Navy nurse stationed in Yokosuka during the Korean War. - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Interview with Marilyn Ewing Affleck, Navy nurse stationed in Yokosuka during the Korean War. Interview conducted by Jan K. Herman, Navy Medical Department Historian, 30 July, 2001, Woodbridge, VA.
Keywords: oral history; Korean War; Nurse Corps; NH Yokosuka; Battle of Chosin Reservoir; Prisoners of War; POWs
Downloads: 41
[audio]Prison Radio Show - July 11, 2013
In our monthly segment on birthdays of North American political prisoners, we share with our listeners those birthdays which are in the month of July. This information is obtained from sources in the US. Many political prisoners in the US have languished inside for years, often decades. Two years California had the largest participation of any prisoner hunger strike in its history, which at one point consisted of over 12,000 prisoners participating...
Keywords: prisoner hunger strike; California; Ed Mead; SHU; PBSP; Pelican Bay State Prison; political prisoners; P.O.W.s
Downloads: 11
[audio]Interview with CAPT Daniel A. Brandon, MSC, USN (Ret.) -- Hospital Corpsman During World War II - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Interview with CAPT Daniel A. Brandon, MSC, USN (Ret.) -- Hospital Corpsman During World War IIPlace: Darnestown, MD, 1 July 1992Conducted by: Mr. Jan K. Herman, Historian, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Keywords: World War 2; World War II; oral history; hospital ships; USS Sanctuary; POWs; Prisoners of War; Operation Magic Carpet; beriberi
Downloads: 20
[texts]The Grog Issue 41 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
The Robert E. Mitchell Center for Prisoner of War Studies: A Flight Surgeon's Promise to Honor a Grateful Nation's Warriors by Francine Segovia, Ph.D., Jeffrey L. Moore, Ph.D. , Steven E. Linnville, Ph.D., John Albano, M.D. and Robert E. Hoyt, M.D...............page 4Welcome to Isolation! Lazareto de Isla de Cabras, the first permanent maritime quarantine station in 19th century Puerto Rico by Paola Schiappacasse, PhD..........................page 10Quarantine Station Widow's Island................
Keywords: history of medicine; World War 2; World War II; New York City; quarantine; Puerto Rico; Africa; POWs; Prisoners of War
Downloads: 8
[texts]USS Rescue Cumulative Report For Period Of World War II - U.S. Navy. USS Rescue (AH-18)
Excerpt from sanitary report by Senior Medical Officer T.I. Tyrrell for World War II hospital ship.
Keywords: USS Rescue (AH-18); hospital ship; POWs; prisoners of war; World War II; World War 2; malnutrition
Downloads: 6
[texts]Navy Department BUMED News Letter Vol. 4, No. 6, September 15, 1944 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Navy Department BUMED News Letter Vol. 4, No. 6, September 15, 1944Vasoconstrictor Impulses in Trauma by by Dr. Alton Ochsner, Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine, Tulane University..... .1Dusting Powder for Surgical Gloves ....... 3The Uses of Fibrin Foam ....... 4Fibrin Foam and Globulins ...... 5Albumin, Blood and Saline in Shock ..... 6Gelatin and Pectin ......................... 8Immunity to Yellow Fever .............
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; shock; World War II; World War 2; tourniquets; tetanus; Japanese Imperial Army; POWs; Prisoners of War
Downloads: 12
[audio]Telephone interview with Mr. James F. Bray, World War II corpsman and prisoner of war - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Heavily-edited transcript.Telephone interview with Mr. James F. Bray, World War II corpsman and prisoner of war, 15 October 1987. Conducted by Jan K. Herman, Historian, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.
Keywords: Oral history; World War 2; World War II; POWs; Prisoners of War; Japan; Bilibid Prison; Carey Smith; Philippine Islands
Downloads: 46
[movies]Jack Otto - Episode 04.21.2007 - Jack Otto
In this episode of "Radically Right" Jack focused on the history of the treatment and abandonment of American soldiers, POWs, MIAs and vets in all her wars and military conflicts, and how this benefited the Communists. Unfortunately there were issues with the original audio feed which were also encoded into the mp3 archive and which could not be corrected.
Keywords: Jack Otto; New World Order; NWO; Secret Societies; Forbidden Knowledge; Illuminati; International Bankers; history; conspiracy; Communism; POWs; MIA
Downloads: 15
[texts]Mission To Nagasaki - Helen F. Groble
Mission to NagasakiBy Lieut. Helen F. Groble (HC) USN, Aboard the USS HAVENA Navy Nurse's Account of  Hospital Ship Duty at this Japanese Port.
Keywords: USS Haven (AH-12); hospital ship; atomic bomb; World War II; World War 2; Japan; POWs; Prisoners of War
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[texts]United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 23, No. 10, 28 May 1954 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 23, No. 10, 28 May 1954Closure of Cleft Lip and Palate .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . 2Dissecting Aneurysm of the Aorta . . . ... . . . . . 3Radioactive Gold Intrapericardially by LCDR K. P. Bachman (MC) USN, LTC G. Foster (MC) USNR, LTJG M.A. Jackson (MC) USNR, LT P. H. Shershin (MC) USNR, and CAPT H. C. Oard (MG) USN.... . ......... 4Transventricular Wounds of the Brain.....
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; NH St. Albans; Korean War; Ann Bernatitus; Wilma Jackson; POWs; Prisoners of War; NAMRU-3; NAMRU-4
Downloads: 23
[texts]U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 70, No. 10 October 1979 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 70, No. 10 October 19791 From the Surgeon General2 FeaturesPrison Diary-Part IIJ.K. Herman11 Where Navy Divers Learn Their TradeJ.K. Herman16 ProfessionalA Prevention-Oriented Approach to Dental Office EmergenciesCDR R.E. Alexander, DC, USN21 The Prevalence of Hearing Loss Among Selected Navy EnlistedPersonnelR.M. Robertson, Ph.D.J.C. PageC.E. Williams, Ph.D.27 Scholar's ScuttlebuttAFHPSP Student Air Travel Within CONUS28 BUMED SITREP29 Independent Duty-UpdateThe Seven Ye...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; scabies; POWs; Prisoners of War; World War II; Japan; Guam; hearing; Divers; Dentistry; Adolph Wessel Meyers; Japan
Downloads: 62
[movies]Navy Medicine at War: Guests Of The Emperor - US. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
"Pearl Harbor was just the beginning of a Japanese rampage throughout the Pacific.  With nothing to stop their expanding empire, the enemy rolled through the Pacific conquering at will.  This installment of the film series tells the tragic story of those who fought to defend Guam, Bataan, and Corregidor against the Japanese invasion.  Their heroism throughout the following years in brutal captivity, under extremely trying conditions exemplifies the enduring values of Navy Medicine." Scripted ...
Keywords: Japan; Navy Medicine at War films; POWs; Prisoners of War; World War 2; World War II; Philippines
Downloads: 22
[texts]U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 63 No. 3 March 1974 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 63 No. 3 March 1974FROM THE CHIEF . . .. . ................. 2BUMED SIT REP ........................ 26FEATURE ARTICLESNavy Medicine in Wartime ................. 4Navy Medicine's Younger Generation . . . . . . . . . . 7Medical Regulating - What It Is and How It Works ....................... 18CDR J.E. De Witt, MSC, USNAn Extra Large Processing Flask ............ . 28CAPT D.N...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; POWs; Prisoners of War; Vietnam War; physician's assistants; hepatitis; drug abuse; NH San Diego; NH Bremerton; obituaries
Downloads: 141
[texts]Prisoner Of War Photographs: Cabantuan - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
"This collection of Prisoner of War photographs was presented to the Hospital Corps Archives by Capt. Willard A. Smith and are principally from the camp at Cabanatuan, Island of Luzon, Philippines. .... The group herewith are photostatic copies of photographs or drawings, the originals of which are property of the War Department." -- Ben F. Dixon, Archivist, Hospital Corps Archives.
Keywords: Prisoners of War; POWs; World War II; Willard Smith; Philippine Islands; Japan; morgue; graveyard; torture; burial; hospital ward
Downloads: 49
[texts]U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 57 No. 2 February 1971 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 57 No. 2 February 1971FROM THE CHIEF . . . .................. .2FEATURE ARTICLEAssociation of Military Surgeons of the U.S. (AMSUS) 77th Annual Meeting ......... .4PROFESSIONAL PAPERSExperiences With the Total Contact Below-the Knee Cast and Early Weight-Bearing in the Treatment of Tibial Fractures ... . ........ .15The Hematologists' Corner-Red Cell Fragmentation Syndromes .................
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; Vietnam War; hearing; Medical Corps; obituaries; Prisoners of War; POWs; USS Francis Hammond (DE-1067)
Downloads: 128
[texts]U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 58 No. 6 December 1971 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
U.S. Navy Medicine Vol. 58 No. 6 December 1971FROM THE CHIEF. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2CHRISTMAS GREETINGS FROM RADM E.C. RAFFETTO, DC, USN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3FEATURE ARTICLEDark and Lonely is the SILENT NIGHT. . . . . . 4PROFESSIONAL PAPERSPosttraumatic Acute Acalculous Cholecystitis in Evacuees from the Vietnam Conflict. . . . . . . 8The Cardiologists' Corner - Angina Pectoris: Clinical and Pathophysiological Aspects .......
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; Marine Corps; Field Medical Service School; Camp Pendleton; Vietnam War; Christmas; Prisoners of War; POWs; pediatrics
Downloads: 81
[texts]NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 78, No. 6 November-December 1987 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 78, No. 6 November-December 1987 From the Surgeon General 1 Outreach From the Commander 2 Information Flow Department Rounds 4 "Bug Busting" in the Philippines PHC C. King, USN Bethesda Consultant's Corner 7 Oral Care for Head and Neck Cancer Patients Undergoing Radiation Therapy K.H. Baker, M.S. N. , R.N. Feature 10 The War's Most Incredible Document V. Ullman Education and Training 14 CAMIS: Computer Assisted Medical Interactive-video System F...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; medicalheritagelibrary; malaria; entomology; Philippines; Robert Kentner; World War II; Prisoner of War; POWs; Chlamydial Urethritis; index
Downloads: 103
[movies]POWs Pawns Of War - United States. Department of Defense
2 episodes of CBS Reports from 1971: POWs Pawns of War Pts 1 and 2."Summary: CBS documentary on treatment of US prisoners in North Vietnam and Viet Cong prisoners in South Vietnam. CBS reporters interview wives and families of American POWS. NOT TO BE RELEASED WITHOUT PERMISSION OF CHIEF/AMPD-RC. COMMENTS: Keeping for the record. Standard poor, off the air. Kinescope quality."National Archives Identifier:     34861 and 34862
Keywords: Vietnam War; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Prisoners and prisons; Walter Cronkite; POWs; Classic TV
Downloads: 514
[movies]Navy Medicine at War: Final Victory - US. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
“Final Victory” is the last installment of the six-part World War II film series, “Navy Medicine at War.” The film tells the story of the war’s final campaign and aftermath - the bloody fight to take Okinawa, the dress rehearsal for the invasion of the Japanese home islands, the dropping of the two atomic bombs, Japan’s surrender, and the liberation of the prisoners of war. Scripted and produced by Jan Herman.
Keywords: World War II; World War 2; Navy Medicine at War films; atomic bombs; POWs; prisoners of war
Downloads: 23
[texts]Kentner's Journal: The War's Most Incredible Document - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Kentner's Journal.Bilibid Prison, Manila, P.I. from 12-8-41 to 2-5-45.A Daily Journal of Events Connected with the Personnel of the U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL, CANACAO, P. I . From the Outbreak of the War in the Philippine Islands 12-8-41 Until the Liberation of Bilibid Prison 2-8-45.By Robert W. Kentner, PhM1c USNA Prisoner in Bilibid•••••This journal was presented to the Hospital Corps Archives Unit, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, by the Author, on 21 April, 1945, after his arrival as a r...
Keywords: Bilibid Prison; World War II; prisoners of war; POWs; Philippine Islands; Robert Kentner; war crimes; Hospital Corps; Japan
Downloads: 157
[texts]United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 32 No. 12, 19 December 1958 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 32 No. 12, 19 December 1958Stress Fractures by LT J. W. Leabhart MC USNR, USNH, Beaufort, S.C.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Murmurs in the Coarctation of the Aorta . . . . 6Treatment of Leukemia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Sarcoidosis ....................................................... 10Coal Miners' Pneumoconiosis ...............
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; films; Nurse Corps; Thomas J. Canty; NH Great Lakes; brainwashing; Prisoners of War; POWs
Downloads: 59
[texts]USS Benevolence (AH-13) Sanitary Report Historical Narrative - USS Benevolence (AH-13)
Microfilm.History of the hospital ship from May - August 1945, including evacuating POWs from Omari, Shinagawa, Kawasake Camp No. 1, Mitsui Camp No. 2 prisoner of war camps in Japan. "This hell-hole defies imagination," wrote G.B. Creagh of Shinagawa.
Keywords: World War II; World War 2; USS Benevolence (AH-13); hospital ship; POWs; Prisoners of war; Al Moher
Downloads: 33
[texts]Navy Department BUMED News Letter Vol. 1, No. 5, April 30, 1943 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Navy Department BUMED News Letter Vol. 1, No. 5, April 30, 1943 Carbon Tetrachloride Poisoning...1Observations on the Treatment of Battle Wounds Aboard a Hospital Ship...2War Neurosis Regarded as Primarily Combat and Operational Fatigue ...2British Report on Tetanus ...3British Scheme for Prophylaxis ....3Jap Attitude "correct" at 13 Prison Camps ...4Conversion Factors for Sulfonamides ....4Loss of Hearing with Changes of Altitude ...6Preventing Crystallization of Sulfa Drugs in Urinary Tract .....
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; World War 2; World War II; hospital ship, human experimentation; Prisoners of War; POWs; malaria; NH Sampson; women's history; malaria; Naval Medical School
Downloads: 10
[texts]U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 77, No. 1 January-February 1986 - BUMED Office of Medical History
U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 77, No. 1 January-February 1986 Department Rounds 1 Traveler's Diarrhea Studied on South American Deployment J03 D. King, USN Bethesda Consultant's Corner 2 Subendocardial Infarction CDR T.P. Blair, MC, USN Interviews 7 Assistant Secretary of Defense Mayer Speaks on the State of Military Medicine D.M. LaMacchia 17 CAPT Alfred L. Smith, MC (Ret.): Bilibid POW J.K. Herman Features 12 Yangtze Patrollers- Bilibid POW's J...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; medicalheritagelibrary; Traveler's Diarrhea; South America; World War II; Philippines; Prisoner of War; POWs; Bilibid Prison; entomology; China White; drug abuse
Downloads: 80
[texts]Mission To Nagasaki Letter 2 - Helen F. Groble
Handwritten account by Lieut. Helen F. Groble (NC) USN, aboard the hospital ship USS HAVEN about the  American Prisoners of War in Camp Fukuoka #17 at Omuta, Japan.
Keywords: USS Haven (AH-12); hospital ship; atomic bomb; World War II; World War 2; Japan; POWs; Prisoners of War; beriberi; Nurse corps
Downloads: 2
[texts]U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 72, No. 3 March 1981 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
U.S. NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 72, No. 3 March 19811 Department RoundsLearning Through ExperienceB.J. Bautch4 FeaturesOn Growing Children-The Impact of Separation and Divorce on ChildrenCDR E. Breger, MC, USNR9 Survey Results: Junior MSC Officer Attitudes Toward Operational AssignmentsLCDR P. T. Bruder. MSC. USNLT M. C. Butler. MSC, USNLT W. W. Knox, MSC. USN12 Soviet Naval Medicine: Anesthesia (Part Seven)CAPT R.P...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; Iranian hostage crisis; State Department; Iran; POWs; Prisoner of War; dyslexia; Microsurgery; NRMC Oakland; Soviet Naval Medicine; USSR; Medical Service Corps; pediatrics; Anesthesia
Downloads: 59
[texts]NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 81, No. 1 January-February 1990 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 81, No. 1 January-February 1990 1 A Look Back Department Rounds 2 Vector Control After Hurricane Hugo LCDR M. T. Wooster, MSC, USN 5 Missouri Crewmembers Become 1st Responders 102 S.A. Thornbloom, USN Features 6 The Day the Earth Moved D. LaMacchia 12 The Hospital and the Hurricane CDR J.R. Cusack, MC, USN 14 Performance Counseling HMJ S.A. Haraty, USN 17 Rice is Life LTJG R.L. Bolster, HC, USN 20 Straight Talk on Dental Corps Career Planning CAPT G.J...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; medicalheritagelibrary; Hurricane Hugo; mosquito; San Francisco earthquake; USS Missouri; Naval Hospital Charleston; World War II; Prisoners of War; POWs; Japan; Dental Corps; psychiatry; training
Downloads: 112
[texts]NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 82, No. 2 March-April 1991 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 82, No. 2 March-April 1991 From the Surgeon General I Shining Brightly for the Future Department Rounds 2 Flag Officer Selectees 5 Mercy's Combat Gynecologist CDR S.A . Metz. MC. USN L T K. E. Stefansson, US/I/ 8 Fleet Hospital 5's Dental Department LCDR T.D. Walczyk, DC, USN Forum 10 Swiming Against the Fiscal Tide: A Unique Challenge for Navy Medicine CAPT A.M. Smith, MC. USNR Features 14 Health Promotion: Concepts for Progress CDR K.A...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; medicalheritagelibrary; Persian Gulf War; USNS Mercy; hospital ship; gynecology; Fleet Hospital 5; dentistry; Bahrain; Venzuela; Navy Memorial; Iraq; Prisoners of War; POWs
Downloads: 125
[texts]Mission To Nagasaki Letter 1 - Helen F. Groble
Handwritten account by Lieut. Helen F. Groble (HC) USN, aboard the hospital ship USS HAVEN about the treatment of American Prisoners of War by the ship.
Keywords: USS Haven (AH-12); hospital ship; atomic bomb; World War II; World War 2; Japan; POWs; Prisoners of War; American Red Cross
Downloads: 5
[texts]NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 92, No. 2 March-April 2001 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 92, No. 2 March-April 2001 Department Rounds/Clinical 1 Medicine Under Pressure LT R.C. Ruck, MC, USN LT S.J. Escobar, MC, USN Features 5 Oral Health is Within REACH CAPT L.N. Williams, DC, USN CDR J. McGinley, DC, USN 8 Navy Medicine in the Forgotten War Korea 1950-1953 Part III CAPT E.H. Ginchereau, MC, USNR 14 Why Send Them When You Can Keep Them? LCDR R. Maffeo, NC, USN 16 Philadelphia, Nurses, and the Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918 J.F...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; medicalheritagelibrary; hyperbaric medicine; Korean War; Nurses; Spanish Influenza; Philadelphia; sleep; obituaries; Prisoner of War; POWs; World War II
Downloads: 88
[texts]News From The Rescue - U.S. Navy. USS Rescue (AH-18)
Excerpted from Hospital Corps Quarterly 19:1.Recounts hospital ship experiences with Prisoner of War patients from Japanese POW camps in World War II.
Keywords: USS Rescue (AH-18); hospital ship; POWs; prisoners of war; World War II; World War 2; beri beri; Cabantuan prison camp; Philippines; malaria; sulfa; dysentery; Hell ships; malnutrition
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[texts]NARRATIVE HISTORY OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY HOSPITAL SHIP USS REFUGE (AH-11) - U.S. Navy. USS Refuge (AH-11)
Sanitary report by Commander Charles R. Wi1lcox (MC) USN, the senior medical officer. The Refuge served in the Pacific theater from 1944-1945.
Keywords: hospital ship; World War 2; World War II; USS Refuge (AH-11); USS Kenmore (AP 62); POWs; Prisoners of War; Japan
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[texts]NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 96, No. 1 January-February 2005 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
NAVY MEDICINE Vol. 96, No. 1 January-February 2005 Department Rounds 1 Admiral's Call 2 NH Bremerton Conducts Workshop to Treat Combat Stress L. Coffey 3 Lakehurst Naval Health Clinic Medical/Dental Integration LCDR G.R. Cadle, MSC, USN 4 Navy Reservists Reach Out in Western Africa JO2 J.R. Holstead, USN 6 Sailors Fight to Save Lives in Deadly Sunni Triangle CPL S.B. Valliere, USMC Features 8 'Guests of the Emperor' Release 10 Charlie MED: A Physician's Vietnam Journal - Part V CAPT W.B...
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; medicalheritagelibrary; NH Bremerton; stress; Africa; Iraq; Senegal; Vietnam War; Prisoner of War; POWs; World War II; Fuji; philately; Nurse Corps; obituaries
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[texts]Navy Medicine Vol. 59 No. 2 February 1972 - U.S. Navy. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Navy Medicine Vol. 59 No. 2 February 1972FROM THE CHIEF . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2FEATURE ARTICLESMedical Rounds on the International Circuit. . .  4Medical Care Appraisal in Military Hospitals .... 16Children's Dental Health Week ..... .. .. .. . 26AMSUS Awards .... . . . . . . .. ... .. .... . . 30Professional Review of Fleet Marine ForceAuthorized Medical Allowance Lists ..........
Keywords: Navy Medicine magazine; Children's Dental Health Week; dentistry; jaundice; Nurse Corps; obituaries; aviation medicine; FLEET MARINE FORCE; World War II; prisoners of war; POWs; Vietnam War
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